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the cardinals elect a new successor. the conclave should be held before the end of march. cate caugiran, kpix 5. so how did your favorite musicians fare at the grammys last night? that's the big question after the biggest night for the music industry. teresa garcia reports. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. you know, there were no wardrobe malfunctions, no security snafus, all in all a festive grammys. and at this year's awards show, there were a lot of top acts that varied in musical style and the recording academy rewarded quite a range of them. reporter: the grammys lived up to its reputation for being unpredictable when mumford & sons took home the album of the year. >> we figured we wouldn't win anything because black keys was sweeping things up. >> reporter: dan auerbach took
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home producer of the year and three in the rock categories. fun made a splash this year, as well. the trio won two grammys including best new artist and song of the year. >> and the grammy goes to "we are young." >> she said we and we were like, could it be us? do you remember? >> we are -- it still could have been we are never getting back together. >> reporter: gotye took home three grammys. it was hard to tell if he was more excited for the statues or his idol prince presented for the record of the year. >> a little bit loss for words receiving an award from the man behind me. i was inspired to make music. thank you. >> reporter: the trophies are nice but it's usually the performances that the fans end up remembering the most. ♪ [ music ]♪ taylor swift got things started with a mad hatter ren decision of her hit single, we are never
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getting back together. ♪ [ music ]♪ >> reporter: and what better way to make a comeback, justin timberlake used the industry's biggest stage to relaunch his music career. >> and frank, the good times sure carried on after the show. the official grammys after- party was a theme for "bollywood." they had belly dancers, gymnasts, good food. i'm sure the party carried on. >> sounds like you had a long night, too, or some fun. teresa, tell us about some of the interesting collaborations that happened on stage. they actually grouped some performers together that you wouldn't put together normally. >> reporter: it was interesting. alicia keys performed with maroon 5 and she was playing the drum before she performed
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her girl on fire song. that was cool to see. miranda lambert with dirk bentley, bruno mars, sting, they did a tribute to bob marley. they also had some marley family members up on stage including ziggy marley. so that was cool. a lot of size and ranges of music that all came together. it was really all about the music. >> big night for music. big night for cbs, too. teresa garcia live in l.a., thank you. >> we'll check in with liam mayclem live in about 35 minutes. we'll have more on the grammys at cbssf.com. police in southern california are still looking for the ex-police officer they say has already killed three people. it's been eight days since police say christopher dorner killed his first two victims. lapd was on high alert for last
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night's grammy show. los angeles officials also announced a $1 million reward. it comes as the search for the former cop winds down in the mountains east of l.a. meantime, l.a.'s police chief has reopened an investigation into the circumstances of dorner's firing. >> he was to give himself up, we would be glad to listen to what he has to say. >> dorner claims he was fired for roaring a fellow officer for excessive fors. the last clue investigators have of dorner's whereabouts was thursday when they found his burned pickup truck near a mountain resort. it is 5:06. the man suspected in killing of a 13-year-old suisun city girl is due back in court on wednesday. anthony lamar jones of fairfield was arrested friday. he is suspected of killing genelle conway allen whose naked body was found a week earlier in fairfield's allan witt park. restraining order documents obtained by the fairfield daily republic suggests jones had grown increasingly violent in
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the days right before the murder. in the documents, jones he is strained wife described an incident which she -- the two were together in a car. "anthony looked at me and said, i don't want to scare you but i have a knife and a gun and i don't want to die alone." she said at that point, she jumped out of the moving car. the restraining order against jones was issued february 1, the day conway allen's body was found. there are no arrests for a deadly shooting in the cambrian neighborhood of santa clara county. a man was found shot to death on rhonda drive yesterday afternoon. another man showed up at goodman hospital at about -- good samaritan hospital at about the same time. he had been wounded in the same shooting. he is expected to your is "survivor." palo alto police are looking for this armed robbery suspect described as a black male in his late 20s to early 30s, about 5'8", with a thin build. he robbed a man at gunpoint saturday in the carport of an apartment complex near west bayshore road. detectives are also
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investigating possible links to another armed robbery back in january. oakland is trying several strategies hoping to curb crime in their city. among them community forums and workshops all part of the safe oakland program for the community to have some input. the program, in addition to newly hired police consultant bill bratton a former police chief in l.a. and new york. >> mr. bratton, when he comes in, is going to be focusing on improvements in the police department including intelligence, investigative capability, including how personnel are assigned. >> in addition, more police officers are being trained in an effort to increase patrols in the city. 5:08 right now. let's get another look at the weather. >> looks good all week, i think. >> gorgeous weekend in the bay area. weather by the end of the week may be 70. a taste of spring coming. would love to see the rain but
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if you can't get the rain, get the sunshine. that's what we are going to see again today although it's a chilly start to the day out the door. it's freezing in santa rosa at 32. 34 in the napa. 34 livermore more. patchy fog out there again. high pressure huge ridge on the west coast. this is what we have seen almost since january. looks like it's going to stick around for the better part the week and get an offshore wind by the end of the week. of course that will crank up the temperatures. outside today around seasonal for this time of year. usually we are in the 50s and 60s. that's the way it's going to play out give or take a few degrees. it looks like it's going to be a nice afternoon, cool at the coast and warmer days ahead. we'll talk about that in a moment. elizabeth? >> feeling good out there. out on the roads, things are moving pretty much like they should be on a typical monday morning. here's a live look at the san mateo bridge where it should be about a 14-minute drive time between hayward and foster city. on the maps we'll update you on
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a couple of different incidents. lane closures at second and brannan. for the next three weeks one lane of the embarcadero will be closed between second and brannan so expect delays through march. all lanes open northbound 880 approaching highway 92. that accident is now clear. that's traffic. michelle and frank, back to you. >> thank you. texas governor rick perry is in california trying to lure away businesses while a high- profile tech company is setting up shop in silicon valley. kpix 5 reporter elissa harrington is in sunnyvale where go daddy is opening an office. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, michelle. this latest push follows n ad that was just released by texas officials trying to lure california businesses to texas. here's part of it. >> building a business is tough but i hear building a business in california is next to am possible. >> governor perry is in california trying to lure
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companies to set up shot in texas especially with record high taxes. some of his selling points include no income tax in texas and labor laws are more lenient. some bay area companies like facebook and ebay have already set up campuses there although their headquarters remain here in the bay area. perry will stop in san francisco, the silicon valley and los angeles. now, despite perry's efforts, governor brown does not seem to be too worried. >> should i liken it as standing by the ocean? no, it's a big nothing. a lot of texans who come here don't go back. >> reporter: texas is home to many fortune 500 companies. go daddy will open in sunnyvale later on today. 5:11.
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we continue to follow breaking news from the vatican where the pope has announced he is stepping down. you can see many people at the vatican on the plaza gathering. also, digging out. the clean-up begins after a massive storm slams the east coast. >> and two men rescued after their car plunges down a cliff. what a witness said he saw before that car went over that cliff. coming up.
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the accident happened yesterday afternoo ilton a corvette goes off a cliff in the east san jose foothills yesterday afternoon on the mount hamilton road. they found the convertible buried in the brush. chp sent a chopper from napa to rescue the driver, who has some head injuries. specialized rescue crews from san jose as fire department were called in to fix ropes and extricate the driver all while battling a lot of difficulties. >> access problems, steepness, the injuries to the patient, getting him out of the car at that level. >> took about two hours to bring the driver to the road surface. he was then flown to a trauma center. as for the corvette, its windshield is crushed on the driver's side. it took several hours to lift that up and get it out of the ravine, as well. >> scary. >> guess so. >> 5:15 right now. let's get a check on the roads. >> water, table 5.
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>> i know. you want my water? i got it. >> slipping in the studios. as far as the roads go, we are checking in with caltrans now to see if this overnight roadwork is still going on, on the richmond/san rafael bridge. overnight they had lanes blocked westbound 580 approaching the toll plaza. of the it was scheduled to wrap up by 5:00 so it looks like it should be gone now. we'll let you know in our next traffic report for sure if it's completely gone. down the eastshore freeway, westbound 80 not too bad through berkeley towards the macarthur maze. and mass transit so far all on time. everything is reporting no delay for bart, muni, caltrain and ace. let's check a couple of our live traffic cameras. here's a live look across the bay bridge toll plaza. an easy commute across the upper deck into san francisco.
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>> delays in the overnight hours all week long. they have wrapped up it for this morning. but again, that roadwork continues tonight. that is a check of your time- saver traffic. exciting about these temperatures especially by the end of the week. >> i know what happened to you guys last night with your throats. it was the grammys. you guys were singing too loud. >> ha! >> i like that. very good. folks, around the bay area today, it's mostly clear outside. it's going to be a frosty start to the day in many of the valleys temperatures running in the 30s and 40s. by the afternoon we have plenty of sunshine all the way to the coastline. it will be cool toward the beaches. and mainly in the upper 50s there but you will find 60s elsewhere inside the bay and the valleys. huge dome of high pressure building in again sticking around for the better part of the week keeping us dry all week long. in fact, by the end of the week we could see some temperatures getting near 70 with an offshore wind. a dry mild week ahead. it will be chilly in the
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morning but other than that nice weather to enjoy. temperatures will be in the 60s into the central valley, about 39 degrees in lake tahoe. 44 in yosemite. sunshine this afternoon and 62 degrees in san jose. a little cool in pacifica at 59. east bay temperatures, 62 benicia, 62 degrees in the napa valley. 62 alameda, 61 san francisco. next couple of days, we may cool off slightly for tomorrow but then warming up come wednesday. thursday, friday and saturday, here we go. some of those temperatures near 70 degrees. >> 70. >> yeah. gorgeous. >> that's great. >> i wish it would rain but what are you going to do? >> no, no. >> go back to your room. [ laughter ] the governor of mississippi plans to tour tornado damaged
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parts of his state at a. the twister went through hattiesburg yesterday. it caused damage in three counties but no reports of major injuries. police there declared a stat of emergency and asked all students not on campus to stay away from the university for the time being. in the northeast, nearly 150,000 hopes and businesses remain without power after that massive snowstorm over the weekend. most of them are in massachusetts. emergency shelters remain open for those without heat or electricity. >> the power went out. they said if they can get here it's an easy fix. >> americans were pelted with more than 3 feet of snow. 15 deaths are linked to the storm. crews are still clearing the roads. the boston area's public transportation system is set to resume full service today. 5:19 now. a carnival cruise ship is left adrift in the gulf of mexico. thanks to several emergency
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generators on board, the 4,000 people still have electricity. good news there. all started in the engine room. nobody was injured. a tugboat is on its way now to rescue the cruise liner which is expected to reach near the port of progresso sometime on wednesday. a tragedy strikes a reality show near los angeles. a helicopter crashed outside of acton sunday morning killing three people. they were all taking part in a new military-style show for the discovery channel when that accident happened. federal aviation authorities are now investigating. a republican senator is threatening to delay the confirmation of two of president obama's appointees. senator lindsey graham may hold up the nominations of brennan and hagel. they want to force the white house to answer questions about last year's attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi. >> i want to know what our president did, what did he do as commander-in-chief.
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did he ever pick up the phone and call anybody? i think this is stuff that the country needs to know. >> republicans have accused the administration of misleading the public about the attack. a spokesman for the white house national security council says senators should not play politics with crucial nominations. president obama's state of the union address is expected to focus on the economy. he is set to address job creation and wage growth tomorrow night. the president says he will also discuss upcoming budget fights including the march 1 dead alone for automatic defense and domestic cuts known as the sequester. coming up, some big waves down at pebble beach. would anyone catch brandt snedeker? >> plus a no-look pass for the dunk the play of the day coming up. >> and celebrating music's biggest night. we have more highlights from the 55th annual grammy awards coming up.
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chilly, clear to the coast, patchy frost in the valleys. warmer ahead. we'll talk about that coming up. >> no major hot spots or accidents blocking lanes across the bay area. here's a live look at some bridges, golden gate, bay bridge, at the limit and the silicon valley commute off to a great start, as well.
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much more on your monday morning drive. coming up. brandt snedeker is the winner of the pebble beach golf tournament. the leader of -- the leaders at the start of play yesterday with james hahn out of alameda. snedeker sank the eagle, hahn settled for a birdie. snedeker continued to roll with accurate putts and went on for the big win. he talked about his performance with our sports director, dennis o'donnell. >> i did a great job of playing four or five ungetting off to a good lead. >> tee winner fired 7-under 65 his sixth career victory. there was a three-way tied for third between kevin
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stadler, jimmy walker and james hahn. the former cal golfer fired a 2- under at 71. play of the day, james sutherland of syracuse with a no-look pass. check it out to brandon who is going to finish with a beautiful dunk. here it comes. look at that. no look. syracuse won 37 straight at the carrier dome. 5:25. breaking news out of the vatican. pope benedict xvi is stepping down. >> resignation, we'll tell you why religious leaders say they saw this coming. ♪ [ music ]♪ >> a fun night at the grammys in los angeles. plus a fashion first. which stars tried to skirt around this year's strict dress code. that and more when we come back.
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pope speaking latin ] >> stunning news from the vatican. pope benedict xvi is resigning. >> it's the first time a pope has resigned in nearly 600 years. >> because of his health. >> the last pope to freely resign was in the 13th century. >> stars and surprises on music's biggest night of the year. >> no bare breasts, no thongs, no see through clothing but not everyone got the memo. >> as you can see, i read the memo. >> more than 200,000 people are still without power in the northeast after a winter storm dumped up to 3 feet of snow this weekend. >> a million-dollar reward for
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an ex-lapd cop on a rampage. >> help us to find dorner before he is able to kill again. >> head on with you? >> it could have been but i was lucky. >> from across the bay to around the world, the stories that matter on "eyewitness news this morning." captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com good morning. it's monday, february 11. i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. pope benedict xvi says he will resign at the end of the month. these are live pictures from the vatican. benedict is the first pontiff to step down in nearly 600 years. kpix 5 reporter cate caugiran is tracking this morning's developments and she is in the newsroom this morning. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the decision means that the catholic church will be without a pope for a period of time until the cardinals can select a new successor. pope benedict spoke in latin to a meeting of vatican cardinals
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this morning announcing he is resigning his position as the head of the catholic church effective at the end of the month. the 85-year-old leader says he is too weak to continue. right now there are several contenders in the weeks but no front-runner. a professor of sociology at catholic university of america says they saw this coming. >> it is a surprise but on the other hand, in the past pope benedict has indicated if he did not have the strength to exercise the ministry as is needed, that he might step down. so he did leave some indications if he felt in the situation that he seems to be in now that he would take this course of action. >> here's an expert of the pope's statement. after having repeatedly examined my conscience before god, i have come to the certainty that my strengths, due to an advanced age, are no longer suited to an adequate exercise of the petrine ministry. both strength of mind and body
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are necessary. strength which the last few mon has deteriorated in me to the extent that i have had to recognize my incapacity to adequately fulfill the ministry entrusted to me." this move sets the stage for the vatican to hold a conclave or meeting to elect a new pope by mid-march. cate caugiran, kpix 5. police in southern california are still looking for the ex-lapd officer they say has already killed three people. a sighting at a lowe's home improvement store in northridge was a false alarm. it's been eight days since police say christopher dorner killed his first two victims. lapd was put on high alert for last night's grammys. los angeles officials also announced a $1 million reward. it comes as the search for the former officer winds down in the mountains east of l.a. meantime l.a.'s police chief has reopened an investigation into the circumstances of dorner's firing. >> if he was to give himself up, we would be glad to listen
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to what he has to say. >> dorner claims he was fired for reporting a fellow officer for [ indiscernible ] excessive force. thursday they found his burned pickup truck near a mountain resort. one man killed another injured when a gunman opened fire in a santa clara county neighborhood. sheriff's deputies found the dead man on rhonda drive in the cambrian neighborhood shortly before 4:00 yesterday afternoon. around the same time, good samaritan hospital reported a man with gunshot wounds suffered at the same lecasion. that man is expected to be okay. san francisco police are gearing up for the final rounds of hearings on tasers. the pilot program would arm 100 officers with tasers. police chief greg suhr says the tasers would help save lives and reduce instances of gun use, aclu and homeless advocates disagree. the planned community meeting is at 6:00 at the bayview opera
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house. the best in the music business picked up trophies at the grammys. they were handed out last night in l.a. it was a great show. album of the year presented by adele to fellow british musicians mumford & sons. >> there's a few of us out there and the grammys have opened their arms to us and we are grateful to this country and the grammy foundation to be so welcoming to us and our music. [ applause ] >> thank you very much. >> they had a great performance last night, as well. mumford & sons also won best long form music video and other top winners include gotye, his somebody that i used to know was record of the year and the song of the year is we are young, by fun. fun is also the best new artist. and we are going to check in with liam mayclem live in 10 minutes from l.a. find all coverage of the
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grammys at our website, cbssf.com. >> the over under on liam mayclem's sleep last night is one hour. i'm going to take the under. >> but you know what? it's worth it. he is covering the grammys, right? how great is that? >> a lot of fun. looked great in a tux. >> someone on this desk stayed up for the grammys. >> yes, they did, miss michelle griego. how are you feeling today? >> it's okay. it was well worth it. i will say that. >> i would like to say i did but i forgot they were on. isn't that horrible? >> we have been talking about it all week. >> i fell asleep. >> i in. i'm going to have to catch up on that and check it out. we have more sunshine coming our way starting out though clear right now and cold in spots. we have some patchy frost showing up in the valleys 30s and 40s outside right now. i think as we sail toward the afternoon that huge dome of high pressure building in that brought you sunshine over the weekend will continue to do so today. so expect sunny skies all the way to the coastline. the temperatures into the 60s in the south bay, it looks like right about average for this time of year about 61 in antioch, 61 in livermore and
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about 62 in walnut creek. then as you sneak inside the bay we'll find sunshine about 61 in san francisco. about 59 degrees a little cooler into sausalito. warmer days ahead. we'll have more on that in a moment. let's check the roads with elizabeth. >> thank you, lawrence. outside now we'll show you a live look at conditions in the south bay and so far, so good all of our drive time sensors moving around the limit. they are going to be activating those metering lights on northbound 280 from downtown san jose beginning tomorrow morning. so tuesday. that's when they activate those lights. in the meantime, getting a check of some east bay drive types, so far about 22 minutes coming through the altamont pass. it's starting to get slow from 205 towards tracy heading into livermore. looks like about north livermore avenue that's where we're seeing some slowdowns and a quick check on the peninsula heading southbound 101 down towards sfo, things still moving at the limit towards candlestick. that's traffic. back to you guys. >> thank you. the governor of texas is in
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california this week trying to convince businesses that the lone star state is a better place to set up shop. kpix 5 reporter elissa harrington is in sunnyvale where go daddy is opening some new offices. >> reporter: good morning. this follows a 30-second ad that was just launched that says texas is wide open for business. >> building a business is tough. but i hear building a business in california is next to impossible! >> reporter: that's part of that ad. texas wants california businesses. officials are hoping that businesses will be lured there as californians face record high taxes. governor perry will visit san francisco the silicon valley and los angeles this week. he is going to met with companies to give his pitch. part of that, there's no income tax in texas. and labor and environmental laws are more lenient. california has one of the highest unemployment rates in the country at 9.8%. now, while it might be unlikely for existing businesses to move, perry will also be targeting startups and large
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companies that might want to open a branch in texas. for example, facebook and ebay are headquartered in the bay area. but they have campuses in texas. chevron also just moved 800 jobs to houston. governor brown is not taking perry's visit too seriously. >> a lot of these texans they comer who they don't go back. who would want to spend you know their summers in 110- degree heat inside some kind of a fossil fueled air- conditioner? not a smart way to go. >> still there's a lot of reasons that companies continue opening up in california including go daddy.com. i'm outside of their silicon valley headquarters, their first building here in california. they are an arizona-based company so there will be 40 jobs here now in the silicon valley and they say they want to be here because they want to be in the tech hub of the country. reporting live in sunnyvale, elissa harrington, kpix 5.
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time now 5:39. a tornado caught on tape causing quite the mess in mississippi. the damage left behind on a college campus. ♪ [ music ]♪ >> a little bit of justin timberlake's big comeback performance last night with jay- z. coming up liam mayclem is talking fashion and bay area winners live from l.a.
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bryant will get a first-hand look today, at tornado damage in hattiesburg. here's a look at amateur video of the twister, as it made its mississippi governor phil bryant will get a firsthand look at the tornado damage in hattiesburg. this is a look at amateur video of the twister as it's made its way through the college town yesterday. it caused damage in three counties but there are no reports of major injuries. police declared a state of emergency. they are starting to assess the damage in northeast and canada after the weekend's massive snow. it was too much for this home in selden, new york. nearly 150,000 homes and businesses are without power, most of them in massachusetts. emergency shelters remain open for those without heat and electricity. still a lot of people without heat and it's so cold. >> tough times in the northeast. and i hate to say it but we are
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going to hit 70 this week. >> everybody is going to wan to move back to california. this is going to be the place to be. next couple of days temperatures not bad. today a little cold. freezing in some of the valleys. 30s and 40s by the afternoon. 50s coastside plenty of sunshine and low 60s inside the bay. and many spots in the valleys in the 60s. high pressure building in overhead, a permanent ridge. this has been a semi permanent feature since the beginning of january. we saw all the rain shut off and head well to the north. we are going to see that for this week as we'll see some very mild conditions and staying dry all week long. it's going to be heating up the latter part of the week with an offshore wind some of the temperatures near 70. no delays at sfo. showers into houston at 70. snow in the denver 37.
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upon snow into chicago, as well. rain in new york could cause flooding. they will have to watch out for that later on today. sunny skies, 69 in pacifica. low 60s in the interior valleys. 63 degrees in santa rosa, 59 in sausalito. next couple of days, the temperatures going to flux wait a little bit cooling down tomorrow slightly and then we'll start to warm up and as we get into thursday and friday and the weekend, looking good. some of those temperatures soaring into the upper 60s almost 70 degrees. >> i like it. i'm even more excited for friday. outside now, take a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. looks like we're seeing some slight delays in some of the outer cash lanes. if you are a fast track user this is the time to go because you can see there is no delay this those middle lanes no metering lights yet either. dublin interchange westbound 580 picking up towards 680
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through the dublin-pleasanton area. if we go to our maps farther east, altamont pass to 680 drive time now 23 minutes. so we are seeing some slow-and- go conditions from grant line to about vasco road. that is where we're seeing that changing color on our sensors turning from green down towards yellow. elsewhere down the eastshore freeway, this is a live look through berkeley. you can see the university avenue overcrossing in the distance. 18 minutes still the drive time from the carquinez bridge to the maze. no imagine problems out of richmond. bart 45 trains all so far on time. that's a check of traffic. back to you guys. >> thank you. 5746 now. the best music makers in the world took home trophies from the grammy awards last night in l.a. >> a big question was: would everybody dress properly? kpix 5 reporter liam mayclem always dresses properly and sharply and is us early with us after a late-night. good morning. >> reporter: michelle and frank, good morning to you. up early? i didn't go to bed! >> that's what we figured.
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>> reporter: i lied. i went to a club called bed. let's talk fashion, shall we? this year, something different at the grammys of a cbs dress code. no thongs, no bare breasts and no see-through clothing. apparently not everyone got the memo. >> as you can see, i read the memo. >> reporter: from j-lo's leg in a dress split all the way up to there to katy perry's cleavage, there was plenty of skin showing tonight at the grammys both on stage and off. >> beautiful and one of the first dresses i put on and i'm like that's the one. >> reporter: the new cbs policy warned against showing skin on music's big night but for some this is the grammys, not the oscars. >> the way you disarm audiences is by imagining them naked. >> reporter: many celebrities did what rock stars do best, trash the memo. dead mouse hand in hand with his fiancee censors his own hat
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covering up the "s" word with tape. >> bums me out. >> reporter: let's talk about the other bay area connections. bonnie raitt didn't break the dress coast but she did take home a grammy. it was number 10 for bonnie. she said she was inspired by the bay area and the redwoods while making her latest album, americana. next up, mtt, mr. michael tilton thomas and the san francisco symphony. ah, boys and gals did it again, number 15 for the sf symphony and, of course, we cannot forget the late great jazz legend dave brubeck. dave brubeck, we lost him last year. he was remembered by the entertainment at yesterday's ceremony. -- by the academy at yesterday's ceremony. another big name this weekend, 49er himself colin kaepernick was seen at a couple of the
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grammy parties. he was a little star struck, surprised that people knew who he was. he came looking for music "a" listers and ended up with cathy griffin. it could have been worse. he could have ended up with me. i did however get to hang out with my favorite band, fun. so a great night at the grammys. i got a wink from bon if i rate. i got a smile from a beach boy. and i got a wink from bonnie raitt and i did it all without breaking the dress code. >> you didn't go to bed last night? you were live at 11 and still going strong. >> bed? i don't know what you're talking about. i was doing research at the after parties. here's the good news. i will be back in an hour to tell you what happened at those after parties. >> oh, good. can't wait to hear. liam, by the way, we saw that picture of you and fun? looked like a lot of fun and they were surprised they got an award, right? >> reporter: you know, these guys have been around for 12 years. they won two grammys yesterday. it was a big night for fun. they were surprised to win at
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all. their song "we are young" they wrote many years ago and they told us they're not feeling young anymore. they said, "we are old." in fact, we all have bad hips. a great night for those guys. i'm so thrilled they won. >> they still sound good. that's what's important. >> much more from liam mayclem including a little pick with one kerry underwood, as well. we'll chat about that and more in an hour or so. thank you. some domestic violence experts are concerned about the message being sent by rihanna to chris brown, inseparable from the grammys last night. in 2009 they missed the show. brown beat her the night before the grammies, he pleaded guilty and they split up. their recent reconciliation is not a surprise to domestic violence experts. >> so much of the time it takes someone as many as even six, seven or more times to leave an abusive relationship. so this is absolutely in line with what we know to be really
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common and there's so many reasons for that? >> rihanna told rolling stone magazine she got back together with brown because it's important for her to be happy. you can find complete coverage of the grammys at our website, cbssf.com. time now 5:50. new buzz at apple's next big -- that apple's next big gadget may be something you can wear. >> how a wild bird stole the show on the ice coming your way.
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patchy frost around the bay area, chilly, freezing in santa rosa at 32.
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warmer days are ahead. >> busy in our usual spots including at the bay bridge toll plaza. so far no metering lights. but those cash lanes are starting to get busy. we'll have much more "timesaver traffic" coming up. the "new york times" is reporting that apple could be on its way to making a watch made of flexible glass that would curve around your wrist like a piece of paper and double as a computer, map, television. you name it. stay tuned. unlikely partnership is about to get rolling between a mexican fast food chain and a bay area tofu company. starting tuesday, chipotle is adding a new vegan burrito filler made with tofu produced by a soy company in oakland. the dish being served at 7 bay area restaurants called [ speaking spanish ] it's trying to build a reputation as being healthier than competitors. firecrackers and lots of food signified the chinese lunar new year the year of the snake. san francisco's chinatown, families also handed out the
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traditional red envelopes full of money to kids. >> red, it gives everything [ indiscernible ] put it away and now everything is a brand-new start. >> according to chinese astrology, those born in the year of snake are said to be intelligent, quick thinking, also dishonest and prone to show off. you know the year you were born? >> the rat. >> the year of the rat. >> i think. >> and you? >> year of the dragon. >> there you go. bird gone wild in a minor league hockey game is an internet sensation. that's queen victoria, the condor, with her wrangler. she was center ice at the bakersfield condors game friday night or supposed to be. but she just took off! her wrangler joe tries to get her but she proved to be slippery and boy so does the ice. the bird bounces around the rink eventually getting into the condor penalty box and making a run for the locker room all the while the singer
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still singing. [ laughter ] >> that condor would have nothing to do with the national anthem. "i'm out of here." [ laughter ] 5:55 now. in the next half hour, it hasn't happened since the middle ages. >> the pope announces this morning he is stepping down. the reason behind his sudden decision and what's next for the catholic church. >> and a big box store evacuated in the hunt for an ex- lapd officer. the reward police hope will end his reign of terror. ♪ [ music ]♪ >> and grammy performances on fire. the surprise winners and memorable moments from music's biggest night.
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and i'm mi 6-- >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald. good morning, everyone. it's monday, february 11. i'm frank mallicoat.
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>> i'm michelle griego. time now just about 6:00. breaking introduces from the vatican, pope benedict xvi is stepping down. >> alan pizzey is in rome with more on this. >> reporter: benedict xvi announced his resignation came as a surprise to pane but told a couple of his closest aides several weeks ago that he was going to do this. they kept it quiet. the pope said he did this after a period of deep reflection and conversations with god, a lot of praying and he felt it was the right thing to do. a papal spokesman said there is no specific health reason, no specific reason of pressure on the papacy that made him decide to do this. he thought unlike others who soldiered on to the end he felt the work was too important to carry on in a weakened stated so he decided to resign. that resignation is official at 8 p.m. rome time on february 28th.
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after that, there will be a conclave, a gathering of cardinals from all around the world and they will elect a new pope in secret within the sistine chapel. the vatican hopes they will have a new pope in time for holy week on march 24. there is no reason to suspect they won't but as soon as the pope resigns, he disappears. he will spend a couple of weeks in castle in a castle. he will stay at the vatican. it will be as if he died but will just be hidden away. alan pizzey, cbs news, rome. we switch gears in a big way now. how did your favorite musicians do at the grammys? cbs reporter teresa garcia joins us live from los angeles with a look

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